Tag Archives: Martin Barre

SHIRLEY KING – Blues For A King

September 6, 2020

Cleopatra 2020 B.B.’s baby marks her 70th anniversary with a personal twist on choice classics and a sprinkling of new tunes. Despite a brace of albums issued in the ’90s and an occasional concert alongside her old man, so-called “the … Continue reading

Posted in Reviews Tagged , , , , , , , , ,

JETHRO TULL

July 27, 2020

JETHRO TULL – The Interviews:

Posted in Interviews Tagged , ,

JJ CHARDEAU – In Terra Cognita?

January 22, 2020

The Right Honourable 2019 French composer brings rock opera down from the stage into a listener’s living room, losing some vital images in the globe-trotting transition. Jean-Jacques Chardeau has been applying his talents to pop idiom ever since 2005’s – … Continue reading

Posted in Reviews Tagged , , , , , , ,

JETHRO TULL: Watching The Storms From Four Decades Perspective

July 17, 2019

Eagerly awaited for months, if not for a year after the release of “Heavy Horses” (detailed , not made available for review), the 40th Anniversary reissue of JETHRO TULL‘s “Stormwatch” marks the end of an era in many a fan’s … Continue reading

Posted in News Tagged , ,

Martin Barre To Release A Live Album

March 26, 2019

One of the humblest masters of the six-string trade, has never tried to come from under the shadow of JETHRO TULL – not only because it would be impossible but also because his contribution to the band’s overall sound was … Continue reading

Posted in News Tagged ,